Hotel La Residence de la Pinede
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... of President Wilson's decision in 1917 to join WWI. An archway has an inscription commemorating the event.On the port side of Castle Hill is a large memorial to both world wars carved into the hillside.
In Place Massena, a large public square at the edge of Old Nice, is a plaque to a resistance fighter who was hanged there during WWII. A plaque on a ...
Awaking every morning in a new city is so much fun, and we are sad to think that our cruise will be over in two more days. In any event, we slept until 9am, and awoke to another beautiful, sunny morning. There is no dock for larger ships in St. Tropez, so we took a tender in to the main harbor and then grabbed a taxi up to the main beach area — called Pamplone.
Walking through a nondescript ...
... even though we were feeling so down. It was a great night.
We spent the evening in Monte Carlo! The drive on the cliff roads along the French Riviera was astounding. I couldn't have imagined it to look nicer.
We walked through Monte Carlo at dusk - couldn't have been prettier - and saw the Formula One track from a week or two ago.
Our dinner was fabulous - outside on a quiet, cobbled street at ...
... GPS in the car would take us on our preferred route. We were trying to take the Route Napoleon, but somehow we missed it. We stopped at a gas station somewhere on the route and bought an actual map. BTW....no one speaks English in the middle of France. Anyway, I'm sure youve read dads blog regarding the drive, but I must add that the drive through the mountains and along the roads was amazing. One of my favorite parts of the rep, ...
... a stand out though, due to the Chateau de La Napoule. Once an ancient construction, then a medieval fortress, the Chateau of La Napoule is known today for the fantasy of an American couple, Henry and Marie Clews. Although the father of Henry Clews was a proprietor of a powerful bank and was well-regarded on Wall Street, his son decided, to consecrate himself to Art.
Henry and Marie had both previously been married, Marie to one of the richest men in ...